First review of my new comics-book have just been published by Starbust magazine. Go have a look:
The Lizard – Starburst Magazine review
Yes! My comics-book “The Lizard” found a publishing home at Accent UK.
And after some feedback, I’m re-doing a scene for the book.
Latter I’m going to develop a color-scheme for the book and color all 100 pages.
Stay tuned for more info the coming months.
It’s time to look at my “Lizard” project again. Have to fine-tune some pages and refine some artwork.
Right now I’m re-doing most of page 26. It was not strong enough.
Final page of the “Lizard” don and over. Now it is going to lay hidden away for a month.
I will return to it, look it through and make some minor changes to it, when I have got it all out of my system and can look at it with fresh eyes again.
This page is the first in a series of very challenging pages. No big action, no frames, only me trying to act out feelings on paper.
This is a scene of memory’s, and therefore no frames. If I had frames to work with I could rely on showing one state of emotion after the other, without worrying too much about readability. But with no frames I have to act out the scene in a flowing motion. Or that was at least my hopes.
I love this kind of challenge. Because for me at least, it is the most difficult. Drawing emotions is a lot of small hints, movement and expressions, put together to form an overall feeling of emotions. It is the small things that count.
I Think it’s hard to do, and I love it. It’s what fascinates me with people, and those very talented artists who masters it. Need I mention any names? Ok I will. Will Eisner, Craig Thomson, Prado and Dave McKean is just some of the really good ones in my opinion.
A spread illustrating traveling from North-Africa to Denmark. Inspiret by the Indiana Jones movies 🙂